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to take flight. election day is just 10 days away. what propositions will be on november 6th. the new york nanny stabbing to children and turning the knife on herself. ├žsk> and national news more information of of the new- york city nanny who is accused of killing two children and a stabbing herself. , ortega is recovering from injuries in hospital. she is expected to charged in the debt. she is a naturalized u.s. citizens. she moved here from the dominican republic. she is going to be expected to be charged with the children's -- tha death we don't call this our company, we call this our mission. green toys teaches children that if i have a milk jug and i stick it in the recycling bin it can turn into something new. chase allows us to buy capital equipment to be able to manufacture in the states to the scale we need to be a global company. with a little luck green toys could be the next great american brand. find what's next for your business at chase.com/mainstreet >>this just in to the kron 4 news room major delays expected for bart going from san francisco to the east bay. there i
--sandy both talked about the impact on the elections and their concerns for those in the storm's path. >> i am not worried about the impact on the election i am word about the families and the impact on the first responders. the i am word on the impact on our economy, transportation and i am action a word about the impact on our economy. the election will take care for itself or priority is to make sure that we're saving lives. for search, rescue. get food, water, shelter. >> on the eastern coast of alternation many people are having difficult times. on the eastern coast of our debt that nation, our hearts & pryor's how difficult is going to be. and their families are in harm's way with our hearts and prayers- and-and i would like you to make a donation to the red cross. or to another relief agency. and if you could help that would be a tremendous help for people that are in harm's way. >> the bull's canceled campaign event tonight, tomorrow and is a reminder. -- they have both canceled campaign events. and we will have extended coverage on 8:00 p.m. www.kron4.com we will be right back. >>pam:
. after getting blown off track. president obama and mitt romney where they are as election is getting better. >> + this tale in eureka surfer... >>pam: our top stories at 8:30 the california highway patrol officers are hitting the streets and oakland. after cracking down on the skyrocketing rate of violence. the c h p will focus on the traffic related incidences. the department has not released a timetable for how long this will last. >> and oakland family is looking for answers after their father was shot and killed in a robbery working at a cellphones tour last night. cellphone --store owner wilbur burkley.. and to the giants celebration was an amazing turn out. it was even larger than 2010. with nearly 568,000 using public transportation, bart breaking records. the giants spent $1 million to throw one giant party. >> it might be fading from the headlines but the home mortgage mortgage is still a difficult issue many of those struggling are finding some relief through an organization that has set up shop at the san jose convention center. >> to make ends meet there is a new favorabl
the election several initiatives on the california ballot may come down to undecided voters. tonight dan kerman looks at the latest poll on proposition 34. if it is passed it would repeal the death penalty. >> california's death row could soon shut its doors for good. a new field poll shows a majority of californians favor proposition 34 which would repeal the death penalty. 45 say they would vote yes. 38 percent oppose the measure and 70 percent remained undecided. that is a significant increase in support from the poll taken in the month of september. when yes voters grilled " no " voters 45-42%. director mark di camillo.. and a this is a particularly unique situation is moving the other way. there is more about the initiative. >> he says the reversal is because of changing attitudes of what the cost will state less money. the death penalty or life in prison without parole? >> now, the people have changed their minds thematically dramatically and they think it is more expensive to do the death penalty the way that it is being implemented right now with all of the appeals and the backlogs and
but on election day voters will have the opportunity to make changes. kron 4 has a look at proposition 36. >> right now if you are convicted of two or serious felonies the third is that you will saispent 25 years in jail. proposition 36 will change that so the 25-years of course let will only impose if it is in deep violent or serious. non- violent or non-serious is that it is twice the usual term for the offense but not the 25 years. in addition, the three strikes currently serving a 25-could apply to a their sentences reduced if that third strike was for a non-violent or not a serious felony. and if that was not for drugs, sex or felony. the legislative analysts say that this could be a savings of $70 million per year. and there are three district attorneys that are seen in this television commercial. >> announcer:this will be on keeping dangerous criminals locked up. >> the california poppy peace officers saying that this is dangerous for the early release of the serious and violent offenders. >> as far as the public is concerned of a majority of voters favored changing the three strik
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